Women in Ministry // Part 03

For some, this is a simple misunderstanding of Scripture. For others, this text serves to bolster the sin of misogyny. This is a sin that must be repented of, if the church is going to enter into the destiny the Lord has intended. If you see this passage as a prohibition on women speaking in church, I ask you to consider it again in light of other biblical texts and the historical context. 

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Gus Ruballo
Women in Ministry // Part 02

As we consider what the bible teaches about women in ministry we have to take into account not only the straight forward teaching about gender roles, but also consider the praxis of the entire biblical narrative. What am I saying here? There are biblical principles and there are biblical practices.

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Gus Ruballo
Women in Ministry // Part 01

It would be the first time a woman preached in a church service in that particular facility. I was stoked! The worship in both services was attended by a powerful sense of the presence of God. There was a general excitement in the air. I knew as our local spiritual family came together to worship Jesus and honor women and mothers, the church all over the nation was doing likewise.

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Gus Ruballo
The Glory of Unity

Two days after OneRace Stone Mountain I found myself on a plane heading to Asia to speak at a conference for underground house church leaders. With my heart still bursting with joy over all that God did at that historic gathering, the Lord began to speak to me from a passage that I’d spent dozens of hours considering over the last year – John 17.

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Gus Ruballo
The Beauty of Jesus' Humility

In Jesus first public sermon, the Sermon on the Mount, He emphasized meekness as one of the core values of the Kingdom of God. At the very onset of His message He made a shocking statement, it’s not the strong, rich, or accomplished who will reign with Him in His Kingdom, it’s the meek, lowly, and humble.

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Gus Ruballo
10 Reasons to Develop a Culture of Prayer in Your Ministry

Over the last decade I’ve had the privilege to travel around the world visiting some extremely remote villages as well as some of the world’s largest metropolises. From China to Australia, Jordan to Germany, Israel to Australia, and Kenya to Hong Kong it is absolutely clear that God is raising up His house of prayer.

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Gus Ruballo
Daniel, A Model for the Church

Think about it. Daniel was about sixteen when he was taken into captivity in Babylon. Put yourself into his shoes for a moment. Imagine how painful and disruptive it would be to have your hometown stormed by an invading army and then to be forcefully relocated as a prisoner of war to a distant, foreign land.

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Gus Ruballo